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Latest revision as of 12:10, 12 February 2020

Apple Censorship Logo

"Apple claims to defend human rights, yet thousands of apps are selectively made unavailable in App Stores around the world."

The Apple Censorship website lets users search and view which apps are available in different AppStores around the world.

Website: applecensorship.com
Twitter: @applecensorship, @GreatFireChina

Website is currently available in: Chinese (Simplified & Traditional), English, French

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